What’s a cult comedy? A movie that makes you laugh, but also transports you to another world at once familiar, but somehow a little off, one that produces a late-night giddiness by portraying a universe with its own distinct set of rules, leading to a heightened awareness.
NEW YORK (AP) — A Palestinian grocer portrayed as a terrorist in the movie “Bruno” has settled his slander suit against film star Sacha Baron Cohen and David Letterman, his lawyer said Thursday. Ayman Abu Aita’s “case is settled to the mutual satisfaction” of everyone involved, attorney Joseph Peter Drennan said. Court records show the […]
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“American Idol” host Ryan Seacrest definitely wasn’t in on the joke when he was pranked on the Oscars red carpet Sunday night.
Jimmy Kimmel packed his “Jimmy Kimmel Live” post-Oscars special with so many stars that, somehow, Oprah Winfrey only managed to be one of the biggest attractions he gave us. He also gave us a trailer for what promises to be the biggest flick of all time, “Movie: The Movie.”
Outfitted extravagantly in character, Sacha Baron Cohen ran amuck on the Oscars’ red carpet Sunday night and all over E! host Ryan Seacrest’s tuxedo.
The Oscar ceremony has much to prove Sunday, including whether a blockbuster-free field can draw a TV audience and if Billy Crystal’s host routine remains a crowd-pleaser.
In order to address the “controversy” over Sacha Baron Cohen being banned from appearing on the red carpet as his character from his new movie “The Dictator,” the “Today” show managed to land a phone interview with Cohen, who talked to them in character.
During the Jeremy Lin craze, we were surprised that no one thought of making Pearl Jam’s classic “Jeremy” into a tribute to the Harvard grad. Turns out, though, that we were just waiting for Jimmy Fallon to write it.